For clients with an interest in China and specifically the ancient philosophical system of Feng Shui, there are still a few vacancies on the next ‘Chasing the Dragon – Feng Shui Tour’ of China in October this year.
The ten day tour (10-20 October 2016) is escorted by Feng Shui Master, Jodi Brunner – originally of Melbourne. This will be the fifth tour that Jodi has undertaken and has been developed to incorporate key features that highlight Feng Shui in China. Tour highlights include:
- Visiting Beijing including the Forbidden City, Ancient Observatory, Prince Gong’s Mansion and exclusive access to visit private homes.
- Three ancient villages outside of Beijing
- The Great Wall
- Xian and the Terracotta Warriors. While there undertake an in-depth study of the tomb of the first emperor, Quin Shi Huangdi.
- The source of the famous Yellow River.
“Each one of my Feng Shui tours is unique as we explore how the locals live, try different types of food and travel in various forms of transport. I aim to provide an extraordinary and educational tour”, comments Jodi.
Clients have the opportunity to ‘get off the beaten track’ in China and benefit from Jodi’s expertise and graphic explanations about the various sites visited. Jodi draws on her training as an observer and teacher of Feng Shui for over 20 years.
Past tour client, Carol Ramsden comments, “Thanks Jodi for a fabulous study tour of China and sharing your knowledge of Feng Shui and the country with us. The many places we visited were very beneficial to my Feng Shui journey/studies. I would highly recommend all Feng Shui students/enthusiasts attend one of Jodi’s China tours to enhance their Feng Shui knowledge.”
The land-only tour price of $AUD3,500 starts and ends in Beijing (or Shanghai if the traveller prefers) and includes all transport, accommodation, most meals, a Feng Shui Kit, Tour Manual and exercises and daily lectures on Feng Shui. This gross price is commissionable at 20%.
Jodi has extensive experience in the world of Feng Shui having consulted to organisations such as the City of Melbourne, Langham Hotel’s Chuan Spa, Hyatt Hotel and the Australian Pavilion at Shanghai World Expo in 2010. She is an accomplished author on the subject and her expertise has been recognised by a variety of media outlets.